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As Twilight Falls

(Morgan Creek #1)

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3.87  ·  Rating details ·  751 ratings  ·  77 reviews
Photographing ghost towns across the American West, Kadie Andrews takes a wrong turn and ends up in Morgan Creek—a spot that isn’t on the map. It’s a quaint little place, but there’s something off about its complacent residents. And when twilight falls, it takes on a truly sinister air…

Unable to run or to find any way out, Kadie finds herself a prisoner, hunted for her blo
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Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
Published April 28th 2013 by Zebra
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Sissy's Romance Book Review
'As Twilight Falls' by Amaznda Ashley is the story of Kadie Andrews and Rylan Saintcrow. I actually was reading another book called "Twilight Dreams" that had Kadie and Rylan in there as secondary characters. I was halfway through that book when I just kept thinking I really want to read Rylan and Kadie book too. So I found this one 'As Twilight Falls' with their story. I was not disappointed at all. I enjoyed this book just as I thought I would!
Kadie is a photographer that happen to take a wron
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Carla-Book Monster Reviews
Feb 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Kadie Andrews, driving alone in a severe rain storm, ends up in a deserted, dark and dreary town. Everything is closed down. There is no gas station or hotel. There are few people. Even though she is terrified, she accepts help from a stranger who gives her food and a place to sleep. Soon, she learns the town harbors vampires and the few humans living there are used to feed them. She tries to leave but learns no one is allowed to leave and a supernatural barrier has been put up at the entrance t ...more
Anna
Mar 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
I really don't have much to say. With Amanda Ashley's books, I often find myself either wholeheartedly loving the book, or... well, not so much. Rarely anything in-between, and rarely anything that I really end up loving. This is the exception.

This book is Amanda Ashley's finest work. I will even go as far as to say that this book has become my new favorite vampire romance novel, out of the 100+ that I've read in the past, in order to make my point. This book is perfection. There were absolutely
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Lover of Romance
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Kadie Andrews has come out the the western states, as a photographer. She has a talent with capturing ghost towns and cemeteries. She takes a wrong turn and ends up in a town that is off the map, practically a ghost town and makes her eerie. The residents are a bit off and react strangely towards her. Hardly anything is open, including a gas station. During the day there is activiy, but the moment the sun goes
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Elaine
Apr 14, 2013 rated it it was ok
My ARC Review of 'As Twilight Falls'

Before I say anything, I want to tell you I kind of went into this book expecting to dislike it. I love supernatural stories, but I've never gotten into vampire books. I don't know exactly what it is (though I'm pretty sure it's the whole drinking-your-blood thing...gross), but I don't think there's ever been a book about vampires that I've really liked. I read this book knowing it would mean going out of my comfort zone.

The majority of this book is told from
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Cindy
May 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing
If you go on a tour of ghost towns be sure to have 1)A fueled car. 2)A flashlight. 3)A map. 4)A gun. 5)A silver cross. Because you may never know what's out there till it's too late. Sweet, young Kadie Andrews is an up and coming photographer of the American West. A childhood hobby has earned her a place of respect with newspapers and magazines alike. While touring through Wyoming Kadie's makes a wrong turn and winds up in a deserted town out of gas. A nice man helps Kadie find a place for the n ...more
Amanda Kimberley
Jan 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Amanda Ashley is a brilliant storyteller and this book doesn't disappoint. Kadie, a professional photographer, takes a wrong turn on the road and finds she's a prisoner in Rylan Saintcrow's town called Morgan Creek.

If you like the classic vampire with sexy appeal, you HAVE to read this book!
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Liz
Sep 02, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Oh great, another one I could not stand to listen to. It starts out with Kadie, a photographer, who is travelling around photographing ghost towns. This is a cool idea that was not expanded upon at all. Kadie ends up driving off the beaten path while lost and ends up in a very strange town. This is where it turns into an episode of The Twilight Zone; in a good way. The town is dark and antiquated and the people are odd. The next day Kadie discovers that it is impossible to leave the town. This i ...more
Paige
Nov 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
***Detailed Review***

I really loved AS TWIIGHT FALLS. Amanda Ashley is my favorite vampire author. I for one love the format she uses even if it’s predictable. The whole story line she uses of usually an old, lonely (although he won’t admit it) vampire finally falling for a human, struggling to get her to accept him, battling a rouge vampire or hunter and then facing the decision to save her life by turning her or letting her die always makes me swoon.

It’s the same format in AS TWILIGHT FALLS.
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All Things Urban Fantasy
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy

AS TWILIGHT FALLS is one of those romances that I felt a little guilty about liking so much. It was fun, but the more I think about it after the fact, the more I feel it wasn’t as great as I thought. However, while I was reading it, I couldn’t put it down, and the romance between Kadie and Rylan totally sucked me in.

One of the “once I thought about it” realizations I had is that I didn’t really like how the women were characterized. The women in AS TWI
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Megan
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Vanessa theJeepDiva
While on a ghost town hunting photography trip Kadie finds herself in the odd town of Morgan Creek. It is a ghost town. There are very few inhabitants and even fewer modern amenities. There is a reason for all of this and she soon finds it is a fate that she does not want. It’s a fate filled with the things that go bump in the night in the form of vampires. I’m also positive that it was the way the town perimeter functioned that put the first taste of dislike in my thoughts. I’m fine with the su ...more
Amy Jacobs
Jan 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: books-i-own
I know this review is early, but it is hard for me to contain my excitement when it comes to books written by this author. She is one of my favorites when it comes to vampire romance.

When Kadie Andrews gets lost and runs out of gas, she finds herself trapped in the town of Morgan Creek. When she is taken in by one of the town vampires, she can't believe vampires exist. When the town people start revealing piece by piece why they are trapped in Morgan Creek, Kadie still refuses to accept being tr
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B.P.
Mar 13, 2013 rated it did not like it
I received an uncorrected proof of this book for free through Goodreads First Reads!

If I had to pick a word to describe this book I would have to go with "coooooornyyyyyy!" Everything about this book is blasé, both as a yarn and a romance novel. Straight from the title you're thinking about Stephenie Meyers' "Twilight Saga" (perhaps intentionally, in hopes that Meyers' fans/those who are vampire genre obsessed would mindlessly consume this book) -- **spoiler alert** vampire is irresistibly drawn
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Linda
Mar 31, 2013 rated it really liked it
This is not my usual type of reading material. I read the back of the book and it sounded like the character investigated ghost towns. This interested me; however, the ghost town was the home of vampires.

Photographer Kadie Andrews finds a secluded town during her trip to Wyoming to photograph ghost towns. There were a few people living here and a few of the undead. When Kadie tried to leave, she found that she was unable to cross the bridge to the outside world. As Rylan Saintcrow, the head vamp
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Kate Cardenas
Jul 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Photographing ghost towns across the American West, Kadie Andrews takes a wrong turn and ends up in Morgan Creek—a spot that isn’t on the map. It’s a quaint little place, but there’s something off about its complacent residents. And when twilight falls, it takes on a truly sinister air…

Unable to run or to find any way out, Kadie finds herself a prisoner, hunted for her blood. Still more disturbing, her spirit and beauty have captured the attention of the town’s leader—the mysterious Rylan Saintc
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Carrie
Jun 19, 2013 rated it it was amazing
i really enjoy amanda ashley's vampire books for much the same reason i enjoy betty neels books (and it's the reason some ppl give some of her books bad reviews). there is a certain sameness to the stories, even when the plot points are different. and i absolutely LOVE that her hero & heroine are together through almost all of her books. i like reading about two ppl working through their relationship together, and not having to read through a lot of "alone time" while they each contemplate why t ...more
Serenity
Dec 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I hate reading slumps! But I think mine is finally going away. Anyway, I love this book, but was Kadie's father willing to have her hate him forever if he killed Rylan? I get that her father was a vampire hunter, but Rylan made Kadie happy, isn't that enough for any father? I love Amanda Ashley's writing style and can't wait to read more of her books! ...more
Diane Werning
Aug 22, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
As Twilight Falls

If ever there was a vampire love story that really rocked this is the story to read.I loved the way the vampire took care of everyone in this town,even though he had selfish reasons for doing it.To find your soul mate isn't an easy thing even if he is a vampire

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Karen Frederick
Jun 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excellent read.

If you like vampires and romance you will love this book. I enjoyed the suspense throughout the story. I loved the way it ends.

Laura
Oct 11, 2020 rated it did not like it
Kadie gets lost and ends up in a town filled with a handful of humans and vampires who feed off of them. Once in the town you can't leave. Kadie is almost immediately claimed by town founder Rylan Saintcrow but she doesn't stop arguing for the freedom of herself and the other humans.

The idea of this was interesting, I liked the town in hiding, the mysterious leader, the potential of hunters on the outside. But Kadie was absolutely awful. She kind of reminded me of Dory (you know the one), from
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Rebecca Wildberger
Sep 17, 2020 rated it it was ok
I was really disappointed in this book. I read so many great reviews! I felt like the character didn't have a brain in her head and did really stupid things that put her in danger almost from the beginning. I also had a hard time reading from the third person point of view. "She this and She that" maybe it was just me but it was weird reading it that way. I am sad to say I just couldn't finish this cheesy book. ...more
Lakisha
Apr 20, 2019 rated it liked it
I enjoyed the end of the book the most because a new vampire was introduced. I just expected more action from the vampires that were crying mutiny, especially Vaughn because he was really mad when Saintcrow stole Kadie. Really anticlimactic.
Lori
Feb 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I love a good vampire book and this one did not disappoint me! I was drawn into the story and loved ever bit of it! Be still my heart! Rylan Saintcrow is the perfect vampire!
Lucy Cesar
May 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
Good but not as strong as the Bound by Blood books
Tywanna Johnson
Jun 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Two Thumbs Up.
Sarah
Jul 03, 2019 rated it did not like it
Started out promising but it was a total letdown
Aurora Shakespeare
I love it!

She did great job and I have liked all her books so far. I look forward to reading more of her books.
Susan Wiley
May 05, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Could not finish. Story not even remotely believable. I know this is fantasy but lacked character development and believable story
Simona
Mar 01, 2021 rated it really liked it
Ok, so this one was not that bad at all. It was a bit boring in some parts, and that’s why I didn’t give it 5 stars, but overall I liked it!
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